In a letter to President Alvi, Biden says Pakistan-US connection dependent on shared objective of territorial harmony and thriving.
ISLAMABAD: US President Joe Biden on Tuesday underscored that Washington will further strengthen partnership with Pakistan.
In a letter kept in touch with his Pakistani partner President Arif Alvi, Biden said that the Pakistan-US relations depended on the shared objective of local harmony and success.
“The two nations will keep on cooperating to address normal difficulties, particularly harmony in Afghanistan, the Covid pandemic, and environmental change,” he said.
He likewise complimented President Alvi on the event of Pakistan Day.
The Nation observes Pakistan Day today with a reestablished vow to change the country into a genuine Islamic and government assistance state in accordance with the vision of Quaid-I-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
The day denotes the selection of the historic Lahore Resolution in 1940 that gave a structure to the acknowledgment of the objective of a different country for Muslims of South Asia.
The public banner has been lifted atop all significant government structures.
Considering the third flood of Covid-19, every one of the occasions regarding the day would be held guaranteeing consistence to SOPs.
Notwithstanding, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on March 22 reported that the Pakistan Day Parade has been rescheduled to March 25 because of nasty climate and downpours determined for the following two days.
“Because of continuous harsh climate and downpours anticipated over the course of the following two days, Pakistan Day march has been rescheduled.”
“The Joint Services Pakistan Day Parade will presently be hung on 25th March 2021 according to program and timings previously indicated,” the military’s media wing added.